Event Registration

    • June 21, 2017
    • December 31, 2018
    • Online
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    2017 Fargo Moorhead Human Resource Association Wage and Salary Survey

    Our 2017 survey includes 232 positions in 18 job families to help your organization make strategic business decisions on compensation practices. We have added several positions this year and freshened up the job descriptions to make completing the survey even easier.

    The participation deadline is Wednesday, July 26, 2017.

    Submit your completed survey by Friday, June 30th to receive an early bird $10 Amazon gift card.

    There is no cost to participate in the survey, only to purchase the results. Participants purchasing the survey report will receive a significant discount. Survey reports will be delivered electronically in early September 2017. 

    To participate or for a complete list of surveyed jobs and sample report pages can be found here: Survey Information and Participation Materials

    Costs to purchase are as follows:

    • Survey Participant, FMHRA or Non-FMHRA Members:  only $90! 
    • Non-participant, FMHRA Members:  $199
    • Non-participant, Non-FMHRA Members:  $299

    Questions?

    Please email fmhra@hotmail.com or call Andrew Rosen at 218-346-8240.

    Survey administered by AP Compensation Consulting LLC.

    • June 07, 2018
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Fargo Cass Public Health, 1240 25th St S, Fargo, ND 58103
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    Mental Health for HR Professionals


    June 7, 2018

    1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (note, this is a 3 hour event)

    at Fargo Cass Public Health
       
    1240 25th St S
        Fargo, ND 58103

    Space is limited. Registration will close when capacity is reached. 

    To Register: Mental Health for HR Professionals

    Program Summary

    This training will begin by giving an overview of FirstLink’s services including our public resource database. The second section of the training will focus on mental health and suicide. This section will include and overview of common mental health conditions as well as myths, statistics, and warning signs for suicide. The training will conclude with a section on the importance of self-care when helping someone with a mental health crisis.

    Learning Objectives

    1. Be able to recognize warning signs for suicide
    2. Learn how to assess a person for risk of suicide and work collaboratively on a safe plan
    3. Have knowledge on how to access community resources including FirstLink’s Follow-Up program
    4. Understand the importance of self-care in helping others with mental health concerns

    About the Speakers:

    Jennifer Illich completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Child Development and Family Science from NDSU in Fargo, ND. Jennifer’s current position is Director of Helpline Operations at FirstLink. She has completed ASIST and MHFA classes and has started the process to become a Sources of Strength trainer.

    Ashley Ladbury Hrichena is the Training and Education Coordinator at FirstLink. She has worked at FirstLink since 2007. She is a certified Mental Health First Aid, Youth Mental Health First Aid, safeTALK and Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training Trainer. She graduated from M State in Moorhead, MN with an Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts.

    Angie Hedstrom graduated from North Dakota State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Child Development and Family Science.  Currently she is a full-time Database and Resource Coordinator at FirstLink. She has been as ASIST Trainer since 2012. 

    Jacki Olson graduated from MSUM with a Bachelor’s of Social Work (BSW), a BA in Criminal Justice, and a psychology minor. Jacki is currently a licensed Social Worker in the state of North Dakota and FirstLink’s Suicide Support Program Coordinator. Jacki also has started the process to become a Sources of Strength trainer.

    Credit

    • Approved: 3.0 SHRM credit
    • Pending: 3.0 HRCI credit

    Menu

    Light snacks will be provided. 

    • July 10, 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Delta Hotels by Marriott (formerly Ramada Plaza Suites & Conference Center), Fargo ND
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    When Religion and Work Collide


    Educational Luncheon 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    Presented by Cynthia Bremer or David McKinney

    To register:  When Religion and Work Collide


    Program Summary: 

    Religious accommodations continue to be an area of uncertainty for employers. What constitutes a religious belief? What is a reasonable accommodation and an undue hardship in a given context? This presentation will provide an overview of the law of religious discrimination and accommodation obligations, the EEOC’s position, recent case developments, and best practices and training tips.


    Learning Objectives:

    1.       Better understand what constitutes a religious belief
    2.       Better understand what constitutes a reasonable                            accommodation, specifically in regards to religious                          accommodations
    3.       Understand what the law says about religious                                accommodations (ND law and Federal)
    4.       Learn best practices for using this information



    About the Speaker: 

    Cynthia Bremer is the managing shareholder of the Minneapolis office of Ogletree Deakins. Cynthia has extensive experience in employment law and complex litigation matters. In addition to practicing in Minnesota, Cynthia has also practiced law in North Dakota and continues to practice law there today.

    David McKinney is an associate attorney in the Minneapolis office of Ogletree Deakins. David has experience with complex disputes involving primarily labor and employment-related issues, including ERISA and non-ERISA employee benefits matters. He partners with clients to identify and implement strategies and best practices, assess and manage compliance-related risks, and navigate the complex array of rules, regulations, and laws.


    Re-certification Credits:

    Approved: 1.0 SHRM credit
    Pending: 1.0 HRCI credit


    Menu:

    Menu coming soon.

    Educational luncheons are free for FMHRA members & student members.

    Non-members: Please register and submit payment one week prior to the meeting. $30 charge per meeting.

    Student non-members: Please email fmhra@hotmail.com if you would like to attend. Your first meeting is free of charge.

    • July 17, 2018
    • 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
    • Dakota Medical Foundation (4141 28th Ave S Fargo, ND 58104)
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    Get Ready for Generation Z


    July 17, 2018

    3:30 PM to 4:30 PM 

    at Dakota Medical Foundation
        4141 28th Ave S
        Fargo, ND 58104

    Space is limited. Registration will close when capacity is reached. 

    To Register:  Get Ready for Generation Z

    Program Summary

    By the year 2020, Gen Z will make up 20% of your workforce. This program is designed to introduce you to Gen Z, explain how they are different from previous generations as a result of their experiences and give you some ideas of how to connect with Gen Z through marketing efforts and communication styles.

    Learning Objectives

    1.   Defining Generation Z
    2.   Providing tools and ideas of how to attract them to your              workforce
    3.   Sharing best practices on how to maximize their strengths and    improve retention
    4.   Recognize how they are different from the other generations in    an effort to build teams

    About the Speakers:

    Heather Ostrowski (Client Relations Manager with Preference Employment Solutions,) Ethan and Adam Ostrowski (students)

    Ethan and Adam are brothers, students and Gen Z-ers. Ethan spoke at Disrupt HR, Fargo in 2017 and his little brother has regretted not joining him on stage ever since. They are joining their mom, Heather Ostrowski, in providing people information about who Gen Z is and how to prepare for Gen Z as they enter the workforce. 

    Credit

    • Approved: 1.0 SHRM credit
    • Pending: 1.0 HRCI credit

    Menu

    Light snacks will be provided. 

    • August 07, 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Delta Hotels by Marriott (formerly Ramada Plaza Suites & Conference Center), Fargo ND
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    Intelligent Delegation:  The Art and Science of Delegating Effectively


    Educational Luncheon 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    Presented by Julie Kowalski

    To register:  Intelligent Delegation: The Art and Science of Delegating Effectively


    Program Summary: 

    Do you feel stressed and overloaded?  Do you find yourself saying “It’ll be quicker if I do it myself?” If so, then you need to brush up on your delegation skills as effective delegation is a key to success! Come hear speaker extraordinaire, Julie Kowalski of the Spizzerinctum Group, share not only the 12 traps of delegation and the secrets to Effective Delegation, but also how to delegate not only downward, but upward and across. 

    This is an opportunity for you to engage with fellow HR professionals and learn new tools that you can immediately apply to see immediate results!


    Learning Objectives:

    1. Learn why people don’t delegate effectively and exactly what delegation is and what it is not
    2. Learn the 12 traps of effective delegation and how NOT to fall into them
    3. Learn step by step exactly how to delegate effectively
    4. Build stronger more positive & productive relationships with subordinates as well as colleagues/others to significantly increase responsibility/ownership & results (your own and those of others)


    About the Speaker: 

    Julie Kowalski is a seasoned thought leader, consultant, executive coach, superb facilitator and an energetic, and spirited professional trainer. Julie has gained valuable insight and acumen into the science of what it takes to start and run successful businesses as well as the art of earning and retaining customer and employee loyalty. 

    Julie maintains working relationships with a wide variety of business owners and executives from small family-owned businesses to Fortune 100 companies.  Julie was named one of the “World’s Most Creative Thinkers” by bestselling author Seth Godin and she possesses over 25 years of first hand business experience. 


    Re-certification Credits:

    Approved: 1.0 SHRM credit
    Pending: 1.0 HRCI credit


    Menu:

    Menu coming soon.

    Educational luncheons are free for FMHRA members & student members.

    Non-members: Please register and submit payment one week prior to the meeting. $30 charge per meeting.

    Student non-members: Please email fmhra@hotmail.com if you would like to attend. Your first meeting is free of charge.

    • August 15, 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Dakota Medical Foundation (4141 28th Ave S Fargo, ND 58104)
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    Hiring from the Untapped Talent Pool


    August 15, 2018

    8:30 AM to 9:30 AM 

    at Dakota Medical Foundation
        4141 28th Ave S
        Fargo, ND 58104

    Space is limited. Registration will close when capacity is reached. 

    To Register:  Hiring from the Untapped Talent Pool


    Program Summary

    As members of the West Central MN Continuum of Care and Fargo-Moorhead Coalition for Homeless Persons, we are committed to helping families move out of poverty. We have come to know many talented people struggling to find work due to the many obstacles and challenges they’ve faced. We have seen time and again how a good job can make the difference in helping people move forward with their lives.

    In this ever-changing business climate, companies are looking to leverage every available resource to keep their workforce fully staffed and engaged. Being open to new and diverse hiring opportunities of these individuals can benefit our local economy and community by just thinking outside the box.


    Learning Objectives


    1.       Workforce and economic development through utilizing                    untapped talent pool.
    2.       Community awareness to “rehumanize” an often overlooked            group of individuals.
    3.       Identify obstacles faced by potential employees who are                homeless and what we can do to help.
    4.       Discover resources available to employers through tax/cash              incentives and local agency support.


    About the Speakers:

    Angela Heil, MA, CSP - Vocational Rehabilitation Specialist with Fargo VA Health Care System (Moderator), Employer Panel (Hornbacher’s, Preference Employment Solutions, People Ready, and Fargo VA Health Care System), Benefactor Panel (Four Individual Success Stories) 

    Angela Heil has worked in the Fargo VA Health Care System for over nine years.  She obtained her Master in Forensic Psychology from the University of North Dakota and Graduate Certificate in Gerontology from North Dakota State University.  Angela currently works with Veterans who face obstacles to employment due to homelessness, mental health and substance abuse issues, and physical limitations.  The goal of her program, Compensated Work Therapy Transitional Work, is to help participants overcome obstacles through participation in treatment options to create stability and skills that will lead to long-term occupational success.   

    Credit

    • Approved: 1.0 SHRM credit
    • Pending: 1.0 HRCI credit

    Menu

    Light breakfast will be provided. 

    • September 07, 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Dakota Medical Foundation (4141 28th Ave S Fargo, ND 58104)
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    Visas as a Solution to a Recurring Problem (Staffing!)


    September 7, 2018

    8:30 AM to 9:30 AM 

    at Dakota Medical Foundation
        4141 28th Ave S
        Fargo, ND 58104

    Space is limited. Registration will close when capacity is reached. 

    To Register:  Visas as a Solution to a Recurring Problem (Staffing!) 


    Program Summary

    Did you know that employer-sponsored immigration benefits can:

    • Allow an employer to sponsor international workers to solve a seasonal or peakload hiring need (H-2B);
    • Allow an employer to secure employees with an essential skill set (H-1B, TN);
    • Require advance planning due to clearances required from the Department of Labor, USCIS, and Department of State; and
    • Call for all employers to ensure a compliant workforce based on a 2018 pledge to increase I-9 worksite audits by 400%

    Learning Objectives

    1.       Explain employer sponsorship for a work authorized visa in the         context of a few visa categories.
    2.       Explain the U.S. federal agencies involved and requirements for       visa sponsorship.
    3.       Offer employers tools to assess whether a staffing need could         be filled by visa sponsorship.
    4.       Provide a reference guide to employer-sponsored work visa             classifications and I-9 questions in the current era of ensuring         workplace compliance.

    About the Speakers:

    Michelle Scimecca- Immigration Attorney, Vogel Law Firm

    Michelle secures employment and family U.S. immigration benefits for her clients.  She advises clients seeking temporary and permanent work authorization.  She represents a variety of clients from coast-to-coast and around the world, including:  multinational corporations, health care organizations, educational institutions, and – of course, individual foreign nationals.

    Michelle leads Vogel’s Twin Cities office, joining Vogel after practicing with a nationally-recognized boutique immigration firm.  Michelle graduated from Concordia College (Moorhead) and received a law degree from Marquette University (Milwaukee), during which time she worked as an extern for Honorable John R. Tunheim of the United States District Court, District of Minnesota, and Honorable Ann Walsh Bradley of the Wisconsin Supreme Court.


    Credit

    • Approved: 1.0 SHRM credit
    • Pending: 1.0 HRCI credit

    Menu

    Light breakfast will be provided. 

    • October 16, 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Job Service Fargo (1350 32nd St S Fargo, ND 58103)
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    Medical Marijuana - What Do I Do?


    October 16, 2018

    8:30 AM to 9:30 AM 

    at Job Service Fargo
       
    1350 32nd St S
        Fargo, ND 58103

    Space is limited. Registration will close when capacity is reached. 

    To Register:  Medical Marijuana - What Do I Do? 


    Program Summary

    With Medical Marijuana being so prevalent and Recreational Marijuana on the ballot- what do I do in the workplace?  We will review the difference between medical and recreational marijuana and what as an employer you can do to protect your staff as well as your organization.  Tips on policy and program changes, testing methodologies and more.


    Learning Objectives


    1.       Medical versus Recreational
    2.       Testing methodologies
    3.       Marijuana detection times
    4.       Policy and program changes


    About the Speakers:

    Vickie Schmidt- Master Trainer, Schmidt & Associates 

    After teaching college and dealing with drunk and stoned students, Vickie attended a convention. While there, she met a vendor selling rapid drug screens. The desire to test the students caused her to learn more. (Of course the Dean said no.) Several weeks later, a student was very drunk in class. This generated a call to that vendor, and Schmidt & Associates was started. From selling test kits to the need to administer them, Vickie spent time in Baltimore becoming Certified. Now nationally recognized in the industry, Vickie is back to the teaching aspects of life. She loves helping and teaching what she has learned in the 20+ years in the drug testing industry.    


    Credit

    • Approved: 1.0 SHRM credit
    • Pending: 1.0 HRCI credit

    Menu

    Light breakfast will be provided. 

Past events

May 01, 2018 Mindfulness in the Workplace: Enable Employees to Improve Focus, Reduce Stress and Increase Productivity
April 10, 2018 Creating an Outcome and Performance Based Culture Built on Strengths (April 10th Lunch Session)
April 10, 2018 Strengths Based Leadership: An Asset Focused Approach to Attracting, Developing and Retaining Employees (April 10th All-Day Seminar)
March 13, 2018 How to keep your Rock Stars!
February 06, 2018 Employees + Social Media: An Equation to Share Your Culture and Amplify Your Recruitment Reach
January 09, 2018 A Year in Review: Lessons from 2017 to Take into 2018
December 05, 2017 How to be Effective at Performance Appraisals
November 07, 2017 Book Club: "What If?: Short Stories to Spark Diversity Dialogue"
November 07, 2017 Value-Added HR: a strategic approach (Lunch Session)
October 03, 2017 Business Analytics of Human Resources: Using Data to tell the story and drive the business impact
September 12, 2017 The State of American Workforce: Complex, Confident and Change-Ready
August 01, 2017 Dealing with Behavioral Health Issues and Impacts on Productivity
July 11, 2017 Seven Steps to a Successful Mentoring Initiative
May 02, 2017 WOW Onboarding: How to Excite, Engage, and Equip Employees
April 04, 2017 Communication Bleeps and Blunders in Business (April 4th Lunch Session)
April 04, 2017 Influencing Others: Getting Results when You Don’t have Direct Authority (April 4th All-Day Seminar)
March 07, 2017 Employee Misconduct Investigations
February 23, 2017 2017 Spring Certification Study Group
February 09, 2017 Book Club - "Disrupt" by Luke Williams
February 07, 2017 Avoiding, Preparing For And Defending Against Employee, Government, Union And Other Third Party Initiated Audits, Investigations And “Inquiries”
January 10, 2017 So Now What?: HR in Uncertain Times
December 06, 2016 Drive Business Success with Workplace Flexibility
November 01, 2016 Leading different personalities: Four practical strategies for working with or supervising people who aren't all the same.
October 12, 2016 DisruptHR Fargo
October 12, 2016 Hire the Best & Brightest Millennials — Learn How!
October 04, 2016 Dealing with Drugs in the Workplace
September 13, 2016 Joint Employer Doctrine: An Expansion of Responsibilities
September 01, 2016 Certification Preparation – 12 Week Course
August 02, 2016 Identity Theft in the Workplace and its Impact on HR
July 12, 2016 Leading a Diverse Group: Cultural Awareness
May 26, 2016 FLSA Overtime Regulations - Special Event
May 03, 2016 How Conflict can SIRV Your Understanding Of Upset
April 05, 2016 Why Questions Are More Important Than Answers (April 5th Lunch Session)
April 05, 2016 Transforming Workplace Relationships With REAL Communication presented by Jodee Bock (All Day Event)
March 01, 2016 Avoiding Legal Exposure In Connection With Off-The-Clock Claims
February 02, 2016 8 Principles To Be Elite - Leading With Emotional Intelligence
January 12, 2016 Relationships: the Mindset and the Mechanics
January 05, 2016 Employment Law Update
December 16, 2015 Training Within Industry – Knowledge and Skills for Leaders
December 01, 2015 Stop the Insanity! 4 Strategies to Manage Your Year-End Stress
November 12, 2015 Telecommute Pros and Pitfalls
November 03, 2015 Transition/Change Management in Organizations: Leading and Navigating Change in Organizations
October 29, 2015 Reasonable Suspicion Drug Testing: Understanding the damage, developing the process, and dealing with the results.
October 13, 2015 Certification Preparation – 12 Week Course
October 06, 2015 Affordable Care Act: Employer Mandate and Minimum Essential Reporting
September 23, 2015 Regional Workforce Study
September 11, 2015 2015 FMHRA Wage and Salary Survey
September 01, 2015 Using Social Media to Recruit Employees
August 05, 2015 Vision Board Workshop
August 04, 2015 Backup Your Business
July 14, 2015 Handbook Headaches - Recent Changes Employers Need to Know!
July 07, 2015 Supporting the Safety Conversation
July 06, 2015 2015 FMHRA Wage and Salary Survey
May 28, 2015 Invoking Disruption: Saying What Needs to be Said Without Burning Up or Burning Out
May 05, 2015 Domestic Violence and the Workplace: Addressing the Issue through Policy Skills
April 30, 2015 Food for Thought: Designing Your Internship Program
April 07, 2015 Gapology - Lunch Session
April 07, 2015 Gapology presented by Brian Brockhoff and Mark Thienes (All Day Event)
March 26, 2015 Food for Thought: Red Cross Ready Rating
March 03, 2015 Why Today's HR Rock Stars Need Immigration Management Skills
February 18, 2015 Food for Thought: The Basics of Workforce Safety & Insurance
February 03, 2015 Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorders
January 06, 2015 Employment Law Update
December 02, 2014 Member Holiday Social
November 11, 2014 The Basics of Outcomes-Based Wellness
October 07, 2014 Military Leadership Lessons for Corporate America
September 09, 2014 Lessons Learned in Building Trust and a Values-based Company Culture
August 28, 2014 Food for Thought: Employee Appreciation
August 05, 2014 Staying in Bounds: Internal Investigations
July 08, 2014 Workplace Safety: Drugs and Violence in the Workplace
June 03, 2014 Cost of Addiction in the Workplace
May 29, 2014 Food for Thought: Employee Goal Setting and Accountability
May 06, 2014 Overcoming Difficult 1-9 Issues
April 24, 2014 Food for Thought: Promoting Wellness in the Workplace
April 08, 2014 Step Up HR - Drive the Business through Strategic Planning
March 04, 2014 Affordable Care Act Panel Discussion II
February 04, 2014 Workplace Violence & Preparedness + Optional Safety Workshop
January 07, 2014 Employment Law Update
December 03, 2013 Member Holiday Social & Silent Auction
November 12, 2013 Compensation Strategy: It's Not Just the Amount, It's the Mix
October 01, 2013 Coach's Day - Luncheon & Optional Afternoon Workshop
September 10, 2013 Affordable Care Act Panel Discussion
August 06, 2013 Avoiding the Boomer Drain: HR Strategies and Best Practices
July 09, 2013 United Way's New Community Impact Strategy
June 04, 2013 Work Happy!
May 07, 2013 Using Social Media in HR & Recruiting + Bonus Session
April 02, 2013 Strategic HR and HR-ROI Luncheon and Afternoon Workshop
March 05, 2013 Employment Barriers & Solutions for People With Disabilities
February 05, 2013 Employing Returning Veterans
January 08, 2013 HIPAA & HR
December 04, 2012 FMHRA December Social
November 13, 2012 Health Care Reform-Employer's Strategies for the Future
October 02, 2012 SHRM Advocacy Team: Shaping HR Public Policy
September 04, 2012 Public Speaking:It's Got To Come From the Heart If You Want It To Work
August 07, 2012 Vampires @ Work: Simple Solutions for Conflict Management
July 10, 2012 Mental Health in the Workplace
June 05, 2012 eFolio Pilot Project
May 01, 2012 "Bridging the Gap!" Successful Partnerships for Interships
April 03, 2012 Emotional Intelligence and Conflict Resolution
February 07, 2012 Talent Management
January 03, 2012 Workforce Safety Insurance- Lower your premiums
December 06, 2011 FMHRA December Social
October 04, 2011 Bullies in the Workplace-What Can You Do?
September 13, 2011 Work Smarter, Not Harder...HR Style
August 02, 2011 Emotional Intelligence: Live Up to Your Own Greatness
July 12, 2011 Telecommuting: Making It Work for Your Business
June 07, 2011 Servant Leadership
May 03, 2011 Laughter Has No Accent: Humor and Diversity
April 05, 2011 Results-Driven Leadership: A New Approach for the Modern Workplace
March 01, 2011 Crucial Conversations: Get Unstuck with Best Practice Skills for High Stakes Interactions
February 01, 2011 Employment Law Update for 2011
January 04, 2011 Reduce Unnecessary Healthcare Costs With Improved Fitness and Wellness in 2011
November 02, 2010 Workforce Safety and Insurance
October 05, 2010 HR and Finance - Are They Related?
September 07, 2010 Application of Six Sigma in HR
August 03, 2010 The New Health Care Reform Law - How It Will Affect You and Your Employees
July 13, 2010 Secrets to Making Diversity Work
June 01, 2010 The Future of HR: What's Next For The Profession
May 04, 2010 The Greater FM Brand
April 06, 2010 The Generational Divide
April 06, 2010 HR 2.0: Trends, Technology & Transformation of the Talent Economy
March 02, 2010 Googling My Facebook Makes Me Twitter: The Employment Law Implications of Social Networking
February 09, 2010 Mental Health in the Workplace
January 05, 2010 Building a WOW! Recognition Culture
December 01, 2009 FMHRA December Social
November 03, 2009 Complying with Cobra Today
November 03, 2009 Compliance Workshop (1/2 day session)
October 06, 2009 Panel Discussion of HR Best Practices
September 30, 2009 2009 ND SHRM State Conference
September 01, 2009 Talent Management Strategies
August 04, 2009 Strategic Succession Management
August 04, 2009 FMHRA State HR Conference Drawing for 2009
July 07, 2009 Meeting Management: A Strategic Paradox
July 07, 2009 1/2 Day Session: Five Dysfunctions of a Team
June 11, 2009 Wage and Salary Pre-Survey for FMHRA Members
June 02, 2009 Best Practices in Talent Management Strategy
May 05, 2009 Transformation of HR from Traditional to Strategic
March 03, 2009 FMLA/ADA Updates - FMHRA March Luncheon
February 03, 2009 FMHRA February Luncheon
January 06, 2009 January 2009 Meeting
December 02, 2008 FMHRA Holiday Social
November 04, 2008 November Lucheon
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